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    How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    Hi Guys

    I was just wondering if anybody can help me with a problem i have been having. Basically what i am trying to do is grab an element off a WebPage by it's class name and make Vb automatically look up to see if there is a number (greater than) with in the element. I have the html code below. In my case i am looking for a code to say greater than 0

    <div class="tix_limit_num">0</div>

    Any suggestions here guys.

    Thank You In Advance.

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    Re: How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    bump

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    Re: How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    Are you already able to retrieve the HTML for the whole web page ?
    Last edited by Niya; June 29th, 2012 at 01:05 PM.

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    [DELETED] Double post
    Last edited by Niya; June 29th, 2012 at 12:45 PM.

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    Re: How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    what do you mean, yes

    <div class="tix_limit_num">0</div>

    is the html on the webpage

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    Re: How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    oh sorry, yes i am already able to receive the whole html

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    Re: How to grab an element by it class, and saying if it contains a number

    Sounds like you are trying to manipulate TICKET sales, which is the same as hacking. Against the AUP (Bottom of every page)
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